Want to experience San Francisco's must-do attraction? Take the 60-minute Golden Gate Bay Cruise and you'll see why it's the perfect introduction to San Francisco. The narrated one-hour cruise does a loop of San Francisco Bay, sailing next to Alcatraz and under the Golden Gate Bridge.
• 1 hour
Enjoy two of the Bay Area’s top attractions on this full-day tour that combines beautiful scenery and fascinating history. Spend the morning in Sonoma Valley, where you’ll visit two wineries for wine tastings. Then head back to San Francisco and board the ferry to Alcatraz Island. Tour the former prison on your own with its award-winning audio tour, and admire the sweeping views of San Francisco Bay. A photo stop at the Golden Gate Bridge is also included. The Sonoma portion of the tour is limited to 13 people, ensuring you enjoy a small-group experience with a knowledgeable guide.
• 10 hours
Redwoods, hiking, and world-class wine, beer and cheese. Experience all this and more on a day trip to Muir Woods and Sonoma wine country. Pass through the beautiful Marin Headlands on your way to Muir Woods National Monument, where you see some of the West’s most beautiful redwood trees. In the afternoon, relax in Sonoma Valley wine country, where you will enjoy wine tasting at a variety of fine California wineries. You'll also stop at Sonoma Springs Brewery for a flight of beer. This full-day tour is a fun mixture of nature and culture.
• 10 hours
Leave the hustle and bustle of San Francisco behind and enjoy a day in the famed wine regions of Napa and Sonoma. Taste various award-winning Sonoma and Napa Valley wines, soak up views on an intimate vineyard tram tour at Benziger Family Winery, and learn about the art and science of biodynamic winemaking. Your professional guide will teach you everything you've ever wanted to know about wine on this Sonoma and Napa Valley wine tour!
• 9 hours
Enjoy a 30-minute narrated seaplane flight over the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin County with this all-inclusive package that includes a private tour of Muir Woods and Sausalito. See gorgeous views of the San Francisco skyline while a private guide takes you to attractions around the Marin Headlands such as Rodeo Beach and Point Bonita. Stroll under the magnificent redwoods in Muir Woods and discover the artsy town of Sausalito on a walking tour. Continue exploring on your own before returning to San Francisco with your included ferry ticket.
• 6.5 hours
Have a once-in-a-lifetime experience by sailing under and around the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Ssail off to the Golden Gate Bridge and enjoy panoramic views of the San Francisco skyline, Sausalito, Angel Island, Tiburon, and Marin Headlands. You'll also sail around Alcatraz and all the way to the Oakland Bay Bridge. Enjoy your choice of two drinks: Champagne, mimosa, beer, wine, soda, or water. Please note that this is not a narrated tour however the crew are accessible through out the sailing trip to answer any questions you may have.
• 2 hours
Hike along the dramatic coastline of the Marin Headlands, situated at the northern entrance to the Golden Gate. Climb hillside paths with your guide and stop to admire sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. You'll visit the Marine Mammal Center, Rodeo Beach, and Point Bonita on this 6-hour day trip from the city.
• 6 hours
A refreshing, four-hour walk from Crissy Field to the Golden Gate Bridge, Marshall Beach and Baker Beach. Enjoy spectacular panoramas of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay. Visit pristine beaches and see abundant marine bird and animal life, wildflowers and rugged coastal scenery. Meet at the picnic tables at the Warming Hut Cafe located at the western end of San Francisco's Crissy Field.
• 4 hours
Spend a day in San Francisco on a tour that tells the story of the Bay Area from natural, historical, and cultural perspectives. Explore the redwood forests of Muir Woods and rolling hills of the Marin Headlands, before returning to San Francisco to see highlights such as includes landmarks such as Golden Gate Park, Haight-Ashbury, and Fisherman's Wharf. Along the way, learn how natural history and influential cultural movements have shaped the Bay Area into the special place it is today.
• 7.5 hours